We start our new scouting year with the Fall River Clean up along the Olentangy River Bike path. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY.
When: Saturday, September 15 at 8:45AM at the Flats down by the river. We’ll be done at 1:00PM.
Bring: Work gloves, old clothes, boots, water bottle (filled with water), and a sack lunch.
When: Sunday, August 26, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. for dinner; program to follow.
Where: Worthington Methodist Church South Fellowship Hall – (our regular meeting place in the
Bring: 2 dishes to share, tableware for yourselves, your own beverages. We will provide the hamburgers and hotdogs on the grill!
Please join us for a final celebration of summer; share the fun and fellowship; recognize the achievements of the scouts this summer; enjoy the photos and stories from summer camps; find out what activities are in store for the coming year!!!
The Patrol Leaders are calling each family to confirm a head-count of your attending family members. Please call them by August 23rd to confirm how many will be coming. Those who do not RSVP are not guaranteed a hamburger or hotdog. Thank you for your cooperation!
Troop 365 Kick Off Court of Honor 2012 Handout
The Scout Shop will be closing their doors at the 1005 Mediterranean Ave location at close of business (4PM) Saturday 8/18 to pack up for the move. The Shop will remain closed from 8/19-8/26 for the install and merchandising of the new shop at their new location in the council building at 807 Kinnear Rd. Come join the Scout Shop when it open the doors at 9 AM on Monday August 27th. The new Scout Shop is thrilled to be one of the newly designed concept shops in the country!
New Phone Numbers:
Even if you don’t have your photography merit bade yet, we still want to see the great pictures that you (or your son) took at summer camp this year. Share them with the rest of the troop in our Photos section by e-mailing them to Matt Williams.
What: Rappelling, of course! Or “abseiling” if you’re German~~ The art of dangling on a rope over a cliff. Our qualified Rappelmasters teach you the right way/ the safe way. If you are 13 and younger, you get to do so only in the presence of your parent or other guardian (not necessarily on the rope, just topside). Find out how many times you have to do it to earn the coveted rappelling knot– Scouts and adults. Back at camp, work on some of those outdoor skills you’ve been wanting to become proficient at, including cooking in a dutch oven.
Where: Camping at the Prosser Family Farm in Hocking Hills; Rappelling at Conkle’s Hollow.
When: Friday, August 10, 2012 – we meet at the Church at 6PM; leave soon thereafter.
Sunday, August 12, 2012 – we return to the Church by 12:30PM.
Bring: Bring long pants, heavy duty work gloves and sturdy boots. Scout essentials (see your handbook) and other overnight gear (sleeping bag, pad, mess kit, etc.).
Cost: $25.00– covers transportation, food, supplies. Camping is FREE-(Thanks, Prossers!).
Rappelling Fall Campout 2012 Handout
There is another Eagle now soaring with BSA Troop 365! Alex Johnson earned his Eagle rank when he passed his Board of Review on July 17, 2012. Make sure that you congratulate Alex on reaching Scouting’s highest rank.
What: The Simon Kenton Council Sea Scout Rendezvous (COUNCIL VENTURING EVENT)
Do you enjoy sailing, kayaking, canoeing, tubing and just about any other activity that involves water? Then this is for you. Lots of fun water activities and fellowship for all. Mark your calendars now for the date. We will be doing the potluck again for the Saturday evening meal with the event supplying the meat for sandwiches.
When: August 17-19, 2012 (7:00 PM – 12:00 PM)
Where: Alum Creek State Park, Group Camping Area, 3615 S. Old State Rd, Delaware, Ohio
Cost: $20, $25 after August 3rd. Registration is available online at skcbsa.org.
Did you know?
- Only 4% of all scouts meet the requirements necessary to earn the Eagle Scout award.
- The average age of an Eagle Scout in 1949 was 14.6 years old, in 2011 it was 17.1 years old.
Want to see more interesting Eagle facts? Check out the Eagle Scouts Information Graphic. Also, take a look at the list of BSA Troop 365 Eagle Scouts.
What: Canoeing!!! Fishing!!! Swimming!!! Anything else done in the water! This will be at the Schmidt’s private farm, with a swimming pond, and other water activities at nearby Pike Lake.
Who: Scouts, Leaders, and Parents – those who want to get wet!
When: Friday, June 22, 2012 – we meet at the Church at 5PM; leave at 5:01PM
Sunday, June 24, 2012 – we return to the Church at 12:30PM
Bring: Scout essentials (see your handbook); other overnight gear (sleeping bag, pad, mess kit, etc.); swimsuit, fishing gear, and your “water safety smarts”!
Cost: $25.00 – covers food and transportation and all activities.
Water Sports Campout 2012 Handout
2012- 2013 OUTDOOR PROGRAM
||River Clean up
||Worthington Webelos Campout
||Troop Campout – OPEN
|Nov. 30-Dec. 2
||Webelos Hike and Pioneer Campout
||Holidome / Ski Alpine Valley
||Troop Campout – OPEN (President’s Day “long” weekend – Kentucky?)
||Troop Campout – OPEN
||Merit Badge Workshop
||Buckeye District Camporee – THE TURTLE
||Troop Service Project – ?????
Outdoor Program 2012-2013 Handout